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GOGO Charters makes it easier than ever to rent a charter bus in Indianapolis. With access to a modern fleet of full-sized luxury coaches and minibuses, you’ll be sure to find a dependable bus rental option that fits your group’s size and budget. Ride with a variety of top-rated amenities, such as reclining seats, air conditioning, WiFi, power outlets, TVs, and more.
Call us anytime at 317-219-3850 to learn more about how we can help you and your group get the most out of your visit. Our professional staff is available 24/7 to help you plan your trip and answer any questions.
If you're traveling with a small group, a spacious and modern minibus is the perfect option for you. We offer a wide variety of up-to-date minibuses that can hold up to 18 passengers, 28 passengers, 35 passengers, and everything in between. Your minibus will come equipped with premium amenities, like plush reclining seats and panoramic windows to make exploring Indianapolis with a group comfortable and easy.
World-class racing events are held at the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway several times each year, drawing hundreds of thousands of fans to experience the thrill of seeing professional race-car drivers commanding powerful, high-tech race machines at blistering speeds over this historic track. The track’s signature event, the Indy 500, takes place every year on Memorial Day weekend in May with a month of events and festivities at the track and around the city leading up to the big race. Your group will be able to avoid traffic, separating in public transportation or rideshare apps, and the opportunity to bond in their charter bus.
The speedway’s museum, open year-round, is a place of pilgrimage where you can view relics from the early years of auto racing at The Brickyard and learn about the evolution of racing technology.
While the speedway is certainly the city’s best-known tourist destination, Indy's downtown area, with its variety of entertainment and cultural offerings, is a fun and exciting destination in its own right.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art features a collection of over 54,000 works of art, housed on a 152-acre estate that includes a garden and an outdoor art and nature park. One of the largest museum art parks in the country, the Virginia B. Fairbanks outdoor area of the museum, offers visitors the opportunity to view birds at feeding and viewing stations, along with plenty of space for taking a stroll outdoors.
Delve into American military history from the Revolutionary War to the present day at the Indiana War Memorial, featuring free admission to exhibits on thousands of weapons, uniforms, medals, artillery, and more.
The Indianapolis Zoo, located downtown, is a beautiful facility that houses 250 species of animals, and 2,000 varieties of plants, simulating a wide variety of natural habitats in a spacious setting. The zoo also includes an aquarium with regular shows and a botanical garden.
The Children’s Museum offers an array of engaging learning activities in science, art, and humanities. In this museum, play is an important component of learning and a number of delightful play spaces make learning fun and enticing. Children are encouraged to discover dinosaurs, experiment with scientific principles, visit other countries, and come face-to-face with history in the museum’s many hands-on exhibits.
Conner Prairie, located nearby in the city’s lush, green suburbs, is another family destination that is not to be missed. This large, outdoor museum, open seasonally, enables children and families to visit and engage with the history of human settlement in the midwestern United States. Living history exhibits at Conner Prairie include a recreation of a log cabin village, a 19th-century farmhouse, a one-room schoolhouse, a Lenape Indian camp, a lively prairie village, and more.
Sports Trips and Events: Professional and college sports fans often charter a bus to home or even away games to support their teams. Cheer on the Colts or even take a bus over to South Bend to support the Fighting Irish.
GOGO Charters will help you and your group experience all that this exciting destination has to offer with ease. Whether you need transportation for a wedding, company event, sporting event, church outing, school group, or more, we've got you covered. If you're traveling with a group, eliminate the stress of keeping everyone together by booking a charter bus with us. Our experienced drivers will handle navigating unfamiliar roads while you sit back and enjoy your trip in comfort. Call us today at 317-219-3850 to book your charter bus today!
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